Five surprise packages in the Premier League this season
After Harry Kane's standout, breakthrough campaign for Spurs last term, here is a look at the previously unheralded making early waves this season.
There have been a number of shock results in the opening quarter of the Premier League season but which players have stood out as surprise packages?
The Nigeria international fired in 20 goals for Watford to help them win promotion to the top flight last term in a hard-to-handle partnership with Troy Deeney, who netted 21 times.
The latter has yet to open his account in the Premier League but Ighalo wasted little time as he scored nine minutes after coming off the bench in a 2-2 draw with Everton.
Ighalo has started every game for the Hornets since the draw at Vicarage Road adding another four to his tally in the process.
Watford's reliance on the 26-year-old's prowess is demonstrated in their lack of goals from elsewhere, having scored only six league goals in total - Miguel Layun is the only other scorer and he has since left on loan to Porto.
Ayew was a name already familiar with many from his time in France with Marseille and his exploits on the international stage with Ghana.
However, his arrival in the Premier League went somewhat under the radar as he joined Swansea as a free agent in early June.
The 25-year-old was instrumental in Swansea's bright start to the campaign as he netted three in his opening four outings with strikes against Chelsea, Newcastle and Manchester United.
The forward was named as the Premier League player of the month for August and has since added a fourth goal, against Tottenham, to further enhance his reputation.
The Bournemouth hitman, in similar fashion to Ighalo, was key in helping his side win promotion last term with 20 goals.
The 23-year-old burst on the top-flight stage with some eye catching performances, and he opened his account in style in the third game of the term with a hat-trick in a 4-3 victory over West Ham.
Wilson added another two goals to take his total to five in the opening six games before suffering a serious anterior cruciate ligament injury against Stoke, which unfortunately will see the hungry youngster sidelined for six months.
Payet was another player to arrive on the shores of the Premier League from Marseille over the summer as Slaven Bilic looked to improve his newly inherited West Ham squad.
The France international made an immediate impact on the opening day, providing an inch perfect delivery for Cheikhou Kouyate to head home in a 2-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates.
West Ham's counter-attacking style away from home and in particular against the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City, who they have defeated on their travels, plays to Payet's strengths.
The 28-year-old has helped the Hammers into sixth place after eight games with four goals and three assists.
Alli made his Premier League and Tottenham debut as a substitute against Manchester United before scoring his first goal two weeks later against Leicester.
The 19-year-old, who arrived from MK Dons surrounded by hype, has battled his way into a regular starting spot for Spurs.
The midfielder's performances led to a call-up from Roy Hodgson and Alli made his debut from the bench against Estonia in the Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley on Friday.